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the latest cord nants on the storm. up eastern north carolina up towards virginia beach and the chesapeake bay. d.c., you're going to get a few raindrops within the next several hours but all in all the center of this storm is going to remain offshore which is the best case scenario we could have asked for. still see 3 to 4, isolated 5 inches of rain across eastern north carolina and a couple inches as we ride up the coast. certainly see tropical storm force winds but kind of like a nor'easter and the northeast is accustoms to nor'easters. thank goodness not a direct hit but we're going to monitor it as it continues to move. we'll see a lot of rain, especially the outer banks, cape cod and the islands are going to take a hit as well. >> are we out of the woods now far hurricane season? >> oh, gosh, no. >> november is the end of it. >> we've storms rolling off the coast of africa. i'll show you all the features out there in the atlantic brewing. >> november 30th the -- >> the peak middle of september. >> how do you prepare for a storm like earl and protect your family and house and pets and
. and those four bills include naming a river in virginia, naming a courthouse, renaming a post office, and bringing some federal dollars back to the bay area after the earthquake. it is all well and good for senator boxer to continue to mischaracterize my record. i would remind her that it was she who voted for the wall street bailout. it was she who has taken my contributions from wall street executives. i would remind her as well that when you lead a business, whether it's a nine-person business or 150,000 people, you sometimes have to make the agonizing choice to lose some jobs to save more. and what enrages people in california is they see people making those tough choices absolutely every day. >> our time is up. i'm sorry. >> it's several federal employees growing at 14.5%. >> time is up. the next viewer question is for ms. fiorina. it comes from a republican, tom watson. mr. watson is a retired employee from hewlett packard. he has a question regarding the outsourcing of jobs alt s at h. let's listen. >> carly, while you were at hp, you sent thousands of jobs offshore. you coin
. hawaii is first. virginia is fifth. south dakota, michigan -- washington is third district. new jersey is third district. what does that say to you, david? guest: week rattled off 10, but we are monitoring 120 house races out of which a majority of democratic seats are at serious risk. there are some marquee races around the country that will be a barometer of what will happen on election night. there are a couple in particular that are interesting. --eh's first district -- thes first district democrats have won nominee on the ballot. she was the second place finisher in the special election. i am not sure he is going to lose. he has a good shot at winning a full-term. then we have a race in south dakota that will be a very good indicator of the republican's progress. host: our first phone call comes from amarillo, texas. caller: i have two questions. does the country seem to be coming more pro-life? number two, how republicans doing in the florida and nevada senate races? guest: this election is about the economy. it is about the broad direction of the economy. this is not about any w
impact. i do not think we can afford to do that. the jobs in the west virginia are subject #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and always will be. this is a national program that we are talking about. i think we have to strike a balance between economic development, which means jobs, and modernizing our space program so that we can remain competitive for years to come. nasa's first mission must be to do what is best for the nation. the american people deserve the most from their space program. nasa's role cannot stay static. the president has challenged the united states government to see greater international collaboration, develop new exploration technologies, and on top of that, i would include vastly expand research. you're doing something up there right now which kills thousands and thousands of people every year in this country. that kind of medical research, engineering research, technological research, all kinds of research, that is the place to do it. and i think we need to develop new exploration technologies. we need to ensure that in tough fiscal times we build our space future in a measure
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